By Emmanuel Elebeke
APPLE has set September 12 for the launch of its anticipated fall keynote.
The company is expected to release the 10th anniversary flagship iPhone likely to be called the iPhone 8, a successor to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, at the company’s annual fall keynote event typically used to showcase the latest and greatest hardware offerings from Apple.
The iPhone 8, which is to be fitted with an edge-to-edge OLED display and 3D face-scanning technology, would be on diplay with a new LTE connected Apple Watch, and a new 4K-enabled Apple TV.
For several years, Apple has announced a new iPhone in September, and it is not unexpected that the company would maintain the tradition this year, although there have been rumours about the iPhone 8 launching after its siblings.